IPC Day School

IPC Day School

Monday, October 16, 2017

Trick-Or-TreatApartment Sweet 
@ Kirkwood-By-The River
Thursday, October 26, 6:00 p.m.

Join the residents of Kirkwood-By-The-River for an indoor, intergenerational trick-or-treating experience! Your family can enjoy a snack supper and then visit 150+ apartments. This safe and secure environment will bring joy and squeals of glee to their residents and sweet ghosts, goblins, superheroes and princesses alike! Hope to see you there!

3605 Ratliff Road
Birmingham, AL 35210
questions? Call Sarah Sexton @ 873-9045

Wednesday, October 4, 2017

October Fun @ Emmet O'Neal Library

The library has some great plans for this month. Be sure to visit and enjoy!

Madcap Puppets Family Night: Jules and Verne's Excellent Adventure -Oct.10 - dinner 5:30; 6:00 show

Laugh Out Loud Storytime - Tuesdays @ 3:30 kdg - 2nd grade

Movers and Makers - Wednesdays @ 1:30 ages 3-5 - story time; please register

A Night Dark and Grimm - Friday, Oct. 27 @ 6:00 - Beauty and the Beast movie and sing-along with characters, crafts, games, photo booth, face painting Fairytale Hero Training, Frozen Snowball Challenge

To register for an event or for more information, please visit eolib.org or call 879-0497.

Thank you to our Community Helpers

Our wonderful and dedicated fireman and mounted police paid visits to the Day School 4's and 5's in September. What a great opportunity to make learning about community helpers come to life. The timing of the visits also coordinated with their letters of the weeks, F and P. The children learned about fire safety and the importance of having a family plan of where to meet their parents. They also watched one of the firemen don his full protective gear including the mask that made him look like Darth Vader! The importance of not being afraid of the loud breathing noise was reiterated, and the children learned that was a good sound because it meant someone was there to help. Each child also got to sit in the firetruck!! We also had a visit by Slade the horse and his policeman, Officer Herndon. The children learned that mounted police can go where police cars cannot always go and that being up high on top of the horse allows the policeman to see more, as well as information about the care and behavior of the horse. We sure appreciate our community helpers and having them visit and make our study become real.
l.Officer Herndon with his horse, Slade